CHALLENGE #1: Working with other disciplines
Rotating in CTS-Pedia means that we get to experience working with other disciplines first -hand through the IDC or the Interdisciplinary Collaboration activity. One client each day will be selected to receive IDC sessions. This week, we had our second day of evaluation and I was given the task to be the group's facilitator. I believe I failed in that respect. I felt so boxed in by the way we do our OT evaluations that I found it reaaaallllyyyy difficult. I did not know how to elicit the behaviors that the other disciplines wanted to evaluate.
As much as I feel like I let my team down, it was really encouraging that they were there with me through the whole thing, ready to fill-in what I lacked.
CHALLENGE #2: No rest for the wicked
CHALLENGE #3: One foot in the grave
My baby is dying.
No, not a real baby! I meant my LAPTOP. C'mon now, really?!
Anywaaaaay. She got me through my last year of high school and my first three years in UP. She's been with me everywhere, done everything for me. I made my blog on her! I learned how to code with her. I wrote my first (unpublished) fiction novella on her. And now, she's:
I'm bringing my baby to the doctors at PowerMac this weekend. I hope they can figure out what's wrong with her and make her better. I just know that I won't survive this internship without a computer to work on. I mean, A HUGE PART of what we do is write write write, and write some more. A computer in good working condition is essential. Good thing I backed up all my internship files online. Thank God for cloud storage!